Adult Professional Studies
At a Glance
- Program: A.S. in Cybersecurity
- Audience: Undergraduate adult learners
- Format: online, accelerated 7-week sessions
- Next Start Date: July 5, 2023
- Cost: $250 per credit
- Time to Completion: less than two years
Immaculata’s Associate of Science in cybersecurity prepares graduates for a growing, in-demand field.
Cybersecurity is a growing profession, and cybersecurity professionals are in high demand. Immaculata’s associate degree in cybersecurity will equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to enter the field and lead organizational changes to improve information security.
Opportunities and Outcomes
Graduates of Immaculata’s cybersecurity program will be in high demand with a growing list of industries in need of cybersecurity professionals, including finance, insurance, health care, technology, retail, education, manufacturing, government agencies and more.
Entry-level and advanced positions include:
- Computer support specialists: $57,910
- Network and computer systems administrator: $91,250
- Computer programmer: $ 96,650
- and more
All courses in the program are offered online and all the requirements for the major can be completed in less than three years.
The Associate of Science in Cybersecurity degree requires 63 credits that you can finish in approximately two years. Each course meets in accelerated seven-week sessions, taking one course at a time.
An advisory board, made up of experienced cybersecurity consultants, guides and supports the program keeping the curriculum current and relevant.
Immaculata University has an innovative partnership with cybersecurity firm Fortalice Solutions LLC, a leading national security company. This partnership supports the ever-evolving workforce development needs within the cybersecurity field.
Tuition per credit is $250.
Various types of financing options are available to assist students. For further information, contact the Office of Financial Aid at 484-323-3028, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students can seamlessly transition to Immaculata’s Bachelor of Science in cybersecurity.
This program is 63 credits, including 27 credits of these applied technology and cybersecurity courses:
- Introduction to Programming – 3 credits
- Software Design and Programming I – 3 credits
- Data and Information I – 3 credits
- Networks and Infrastructure – 3 credits
- Web Design Applications – 3 credits
- Discrete Math – 3 credits
9 elective credits from these courses:
- Introduction to Linux – 3 credits
- Cybersecurity Fundamentals – 3 credits
- Defense in Depth – 3 credits
- Vulnerability Assessment & Testing – 3 credits
You can apply to Immaculata’s adult professional programs in four simple steps. If you have questions, please contact us via email@example.com or by phone at 484-323-3060.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects jobs in cybersecurity to grow by nearly 35% in the next seven years. Many organizations— corporations, government agencies, financial institutions and health care providers—need cybersecurity experts to design security solutions and recommend defenses for computer networks, apps, data, devices, infrastructure and people.
Her relationships with Immaculata professors helped Makenna Piaskowski ’24 get an internship with the cybercrime investigation taskforce of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). Read more.
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